As a diamond-ranked player in the game “Apex Legends,” Duncan McLeod (55) competes among the top 10% of all players — regardless of age.
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As soon as he was fully vaccinated, Growing Bolder’s George Diaz hit the road to return to his beloved Miami for the first time in more than two years.
After 80 years, Ilse Betty Grebenschikoff and Anne Maria Wahrenberg finally reconnected. They met as children in Berlin, innocent pawns in a world that was coming at them fast and furious.
If you live your life a little bit more creatively, you’re going to start owning your time and ultimately your life. Artist and author Liz Kitchens explains how she helps Boomer women be brave and lose the beige in their lives.
She spent 35 years counseling people through grief, but now, first-time novelist Joy Johnson is helping them laugh with her new book series, The BOOB Girls. Find out why she wanted to celebrate the beauty and passion of older women.
Just when you think Women Playing For T.I.M.E. couldn’t possibly make their life-saving tournaments any more fun, one of the greatest golfers ever shows up. Don’t call her the Tiger Woods of women’s golf. He’s the Annika Sorenstam of men’s golf.
She says she just wanted to survive — but after battling two potentially deadly diseases, Lois-Ann Gilmore is thriving. She says staying in shape helped her stay in the game, and now she’s smashing records and proving that it’s never too late.
Sometimes, holiday lights can be just the thing to get us out of our houses and spreading good cheer. Take this tour through a charming neighborhood.
In 1972, decorated combat pilot and legendary aviator Joe Kittinger was shot down and imprisoned in the “Hanoi Hilton.” The man in the next cell was John McCain. For the first time, Kittinger speaks out on camera about their experiences.
Everything we thought we knew about aging is changing. Opportunity and possibility are everywhere. Everyday, more men and women realize the magnitude of this change. Shirley Mitchell realized it 20 years ago.
In this day and age of high-tech, big-dollar toys, more than 2,000 people were drawn to a history museum to play with a low-tech, $4 toy that’s almost half a century past its prime. The result? An event that will go down in history!
A group of men and women over 50 prove that they won’t let arthritis and age get in the way of their passion to roller skate.